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[[preprinted]] Cable Address: Nataco, Chicago Code: Western Union Factory and Field Aero Club Grounds, Cicero, Illinois Telephone Morton Park 57 National Aeroplane Company (Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois) Howard Linn. Pres. Arthur Orr. Vice-Pres. W. Scott Linn. Sec-Treas. 606 South Michigan Avenue Bank Reference Corn Exchange National Bank Members Chicago Association of Commerce Make Shipments to Cicero, Illinois Telephone Harrison 613 Machinery Hall, 555 Washington Boul. Chicago Ills. May 12, 1914. Dear Mr. Studensky: I have received your letter of May 3rd and enclose copies of two letters which I am sending to Mr. Wood and Mr. Judge respectively. They may be surprised at hearing from a company of which they know nothing, but I think the letters can do no harm and may possibly be a help. Mr. Linn, who is just leaving for a short trip in Europe with his bride, wished to thank you for your kind wishes and to send you his best wishes. Mr. Scott Linn, who is working hard as usual is in very good spirits. Hoping you will get the position you desire, I am Yours very sincerely, [[signature]] Arthur Orr [[/signature]] A.O. Mr. Paul Studensky 2141 Honeywell Ave., Bronx, New York.
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